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4/17/11
Original Poster
vlad2005

Characters in the fractions don't have the same size as the rest of terms

I try to use document to insert some equations. When i try to write an equation, caracters (numerator and denominator) are too small in comparasion with the rest of the terms. Look bad.
Here it's how look:
https://picasaweb.google.com/109812204204634994028/Apr172011?authkey=Gv1sRgCIPv_PfWm8XZgwE&feat=directlink

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Bas Braams
4/18/11
Bas Braams
Agreed, it looks bad. I come from a TeX/LaTeX background and there one has two styles of equations: in-line and displayed. If one has a fraction in an in-line equation then a small font is used for the numerator and denominator, but if one has the same construct in a displayed equation then the full-size font is used. The equations editor in Google Docs doesn't distinguish between in-line and displayed. However, the selected font for components of a fraction is indeed small even for in-line use; for a displayed equation it is very much too small.
4/18/11
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vlad2005
I understand, however, this problem should be corrected because the formulas look bad.
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